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Did you know that hearing loss increases risk of dementia? If you don’t use your brain hearing, you can start to lose your cognitive processing of what it does hear.
Tinnitus is a buzzing, hissing, humming, roaring, whistling, cricket-like or pulsating sound in the ear that is normally only heard by the individual and not able to be detected by others
Technology Addressing Hearing
Hearing aids have been proven to improve the user’s social, psychological and physical sense of well-being.
Importance of Early Treatment
Your treatment plan includes training to help your brain and hearing work in unison with your hearing aid.
Risk of Falls and Balance
Having problems with balance or dizziness? Search within to find the different reasons you might be suffering from these symptoms and more.
Most hearing-impaired people wait far too long before getting hearing aids and they have often forgotten what it is like to have normal hearing. This is why voices and traffic noises may seem very loud when using a hearing aid for the first time. Generally, the sounds are quite different when compared to normal hearing.
Noise, Aging, Genetics, Infections and Medical Treatments are all factors which can affect hearing, which is why it’s important to get an evaluation if you’re having trouble – no matter what age you are!
Sound creates connections and enhances lives. At Lemme Audiology Associates, we understand its importance, and we can help you hear what you’ve been missing. We have the experience and technology to assess and treat your individual needs. We know hearing loss can be frustrating and we want to provide a solution that will improve the quality of your life.
We’ll take the time to learn about your situation, educate you about hearing health, and work with you and your family to find the solution that best fits your needs and your budget. Tell us your story. We’re all ears.
Hearing Health Services
- Hearing Loss Prevention
- Tinnitus Treatment
- Hearing Evaluations
- Vestibular Evaluation and Treatment
With more than 25 years of serving patients with hearing concerns, we know how difficult it can be to live with hearing problems. That’s why we treat every patient with compassion, sensitivity, and respect. We’re honored to join you on your journey back to better hearing.
At Lemme Audiology Associates, getting the hearing help you need is just as much of an experience as a service. Our patients’ health and satisfaction are our highest priorities, and we pride ourselves in giving every patient a full, personalized and honest assessment of what they need and what they don’t.
It is our professional oath to always serve the patient’s best interest before all else, as Board Certified Audiologists, and as community leaders in general. Our doctors are driven by and held to the highest standards of care in the hearing healthcare field.
Phone: (814) 941-7770
Fax: (814) 941-1019
613 Valley View Boulevard
Altoona, PA 16602